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. you can ask me what is in the deal. by e-mailing. keep it to a minimum. some ge a little too personal. the camera adds 50 pounds. [laughter] meanwhile, new chair janet yellen a breath of fresh air. >> federal reserve simply doesn't have authority to supervisor or regulate bitcoin. neilthat's rigt. but unusual will someone in washington saying not our job that the fed doesn't have the authority which is making you a lot of you have the authority to step in and regulate everything else. 90% of what they regulate. another from ben who write it was a hint, hint to obamato sign an executive order to give them the authority to regulate bitcoin. we don't know for sure. but we know a lot of you are green. we call it -- [audible] there's a limit to what i can do. look what thefed does. they are supposed to regulate banks and regulatethe amount of money and circulation. they did a lousy job with the banks in 2008. in term of regulating the amount of -- it's great for wall street. artificially low interest rates. main streeters havn't done so well particularly in the job situation and folks like
of those killed ges up presip usely. >> absolutely. >> explain, lance, what your track will be. >> well, gm is actually settled the claim. we contie to pursue our investigation to make sre that nitsa pursue their investigation to get what gm knew and when. if they didn't rely it and that was the initial argument at the time that even government didn't know because the company sharing this where does it put the investigation. they had a duty t disclose it within five ys. they should have disclosed it in 2005 whe the chief programming enneer who had a similar incident -- they knew about the defect. they determined the ignition switch was defective in for of 2005. they never should have put the car on the road and should have informed them of the problem and fixed it. we wouldn't be here today. as ken said there are likely more numerous fatalities. they have be had included brooke's accident. >> i talked tone analyst yesterday who said it is easy to make it look obvious after the fact there are reports or sporadic the study show problem in the this case the ignition situation and others. do yo
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makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> we're back, joining me is senior editor at the new republic and josh rogen at the daily beast. they have both been covering this. julia, you wrote this piece where you said why is putin doing this? because he can. that's it, that's all you need to know. michael coe hen responding to that said it's as if things like regional interest, fears of -- and the potential loss of a key ally in kiev are alien concepts for russian leaders. how much of this do you view as rational and how much do you view as irrational? >> i'm not saying that he's irrational. i think vladimir putin operates within his own framework of logic. and all of this stuff matters but it has always mattered. what happened was there was a moment of political instability in kiev. he was a little bit rattled by people toppling an elected president. he tends to see these things through a very personal lens. he was, for example, hugely obsessed with the way moammar gadhafi was killed in libya and he took advantage of a moment of weakness, pressed on it and it
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from pimco, the russia.e about ge >> looking forward to that. showing live pictures. president putin has started his news conference. it is live in the moscow region. we will give you headlines from that. it will be interesting to see what john lipsky has to say. the imf has now arrived in kiev. tom keene with "bloomberg surveillance" and about 25 minutes. tweed. over to you. iconancine, i am with an of the hotel business. he started with the nightclubs in new york and moved onto the boutique hotels. global.aken his brand the marriott hotels. to rollls are going out 100 locations around the world. he has been awarded the lifetime achievement award by the hotel investment for him. -- forum. congratulations. >> thank you. ,> lifetime achievement award you could not get more establishment than that. do you still feel like an outsider or an insider? does it matter? >> it does matter. i still feel like an outsider and i still use that approach. >> why is it important to feel like an outsider? to tryare always trying new things, think outside the box, go against the grain, do things that h
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and was struck when she went back to ge it. >> even though you're gone, i miss you and love you so much. see you again someday. i love you. [ crying ] >> jenna was a student at martinez junior high school. grief counselors will remain at the school this week. >>> early this morning, oakland city council approved part of a controversial surveillance program. the vote didn't take place until early this morning at 1 a.m. following hours of debate. the domain awareness center is the proposed hubs to monitor areas around the city but it was approved only for the port of oakland. opponents worried about violation of privacy. >> there is a serious amount of evidence showing that mass surveillance has a positive impact on violent crime but a great deal of evidence that these systems are rife with opportunities for misuse and abuse. >> the hub was a joint project with the port of oakland. it was billed as helping police solve crimes helping first responders to react to emergencies and assisting the port in protecting itself from terrorism. >>> an east bay transgender teen is recanting a rape story. he cl
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whistle blows ] ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> welcome back, and we turn to some good news in politics. over the past year, there's really no political debate which has seen more action than marriage equality and gay rights, when arizona's governor vetoed a bill to authorize segregation this week, calls to veto came from national republicans, conservatives, political organizers, but also from eight political business and commerce groups. it came amidst other victory on offense and perhaps in the culture. for the first time ever, the supreme court recognized some gay marriages last june and that paved the way for rulings in the past two days in traditional conservative states, texas and kentucky, and the culture's moving even faster. over the past few weeks with the world watching, johnny weir stood up for the spirit, or take this issue, all this from michael sam, the missouri defensive end who came out and is now expected to be the first openly gay professional football player, then there's jason collins, he came out in may. that's right, after 67 years from when jackie robinson broke baseba
to g.e.'s global research center and wind turbines service septre. in 2012 alone, g.e.'s wind division produced some 1,722 megawatts of power and provided a local capital investment of some $3.2 billion. if we are serious about helping the private sector create quality jobs that will put purchasing power back in the hands of the middle class, we must support wind power as one part of our overall energy policy and strategy. madam speaker, today i renew my support for wind power and the almost 2,000 jobs this clean energy source generates in my home state of new york. a number that is growing by the day, and a group whose work every day is helping to grow our economy, clean the air we breathe, and the water we drink, and make us truly energy independent. with that i thank you, madam speaker, and i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the texas gentleman, mr. olson. for five minutes. madam speaker, on the americans' national debt, president obama is very different than senator obama. senator barack obama on the 2006, oor, march 16, quote, t
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in the bottle and the ge nie is already halfway out. at a minimum i would ask this -- why can't we vote on it? if we're wrong, debate us on it. but why can't we vote on it? since when has the senate become a place run by one person on a matter of this importance and magnitude? since when has the senate become controlled by one person's opinion? are you telling me the people of florida that i represent do not deserve the right to be represented and heard as much as the people of nevada or any other state here? are you saying that an issue of this importance, one individual should have the power to basically say we will have no debate when 59 members of this body in a place where it's tough to get 51 votes on anything have expressed a strong opinion they favor this? why can't we have this debate? isn't that what the senate was designed to be, a place where the great issues of our time could be debated and fleshed out before the eyes of the american public and the world? but we're being told consistently we can't have this debate and we're not going to do it. why? why can't we debate this? this
was there, are all in favor of starting the bsa. so i can ge think is a certaintt bsa will be signed. the issue with their president karzai signed or not is irrelevant. we need to plan effectively for him not signing it and moving forward. i truly hope that any of the costs that the ambassador dobbins mentioned might occur if there is a delay or mitigated very effectively by the great planning capacity that the military, state department and agencies have. i personally don't believe there's any neethereis any needr cost as long as we keep our eye on the long game at the topic of the panel. in returning to the topic of the afghan security forces, which i have visited afghanistan about 20 or 30 times and lived there for a couple of years when andrew and alex and i were working on afghanistan in the earlier decade. the afghan security forces have to determine this job. a year ago, we turned over to weave security responsibilities to the afghan security forces. at that time, and many people outside of afghanistan in the u.s. government, u.s. intelligence agencies for example, predicted t
mind. i knew i was potentially going to be in ge the whole lotta crow when i got no. when i prepared to go to the rally the morning and looked out of my window to fund this is not part of my prepared comments, but i'm swept up in the. and mcdonnell my window and saw this see of red, white, and blue shirts walking down into what became just a current that led to long the capitol, millions. ladies and gentlemen, that does not happen but by the hand of god. we are to fund we have been called here for a very high purpose. we could have been born at any time, we have been chosen to be born that this time because we have a job to do. the me tell you, if the american dream is to be preserved and will be because citizens are willing to take a stand and preserved ideals that transcend politics. it is not -- [applause] it is not about republican and democrat because we need to parties, debate, open discourse. that is healthy. what has changed is that we used have this common center. please to have a common center where we believe in the ideas of freedom and opportunity and faith. somewhere alo
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, and it registers. t acan pepsi ge refund? they spent $2 billion. i would say what gives? >> you have other people calling up and saying what gives, and they do. there definitely negotiations according to the articles i have read. that, is thatike something that could have been prevented? or is it just a happy accident? >> i genuinely believe this is a hack the accident. had people been more aware, they might have noticed it. but alan had her deal with the samsung galaxy, one of the most brilliant product integrations with her world most popular selfie. that was taken on a samsung galaxy phone, or fortunately before the broadcast even started, from her own twitter stream she put one up of her and channing tatum. it is quite clear that the bottom of it said from her i phone. >> she was being authentic then. >> samsung is still a pretty sweet phone. >> thank you so much for joining us. >> gives a couple of minutes to talk about the markets? if it is 56 minutes post the hour -- past the hour. >> i'm feeling generous, it's all in the green. >> we're bouncing back from the decline. is dying down other
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of fees do you charge ge to make sure it's specific? those things become important, and the other questions, particularly the people that have not been in the investment business. those people that are investors, they know what they're looking for from property managers. but those with one or two properties and aren't sophisticated, get into the nuts and bolts of what they're supposed to do. and most importantly, how do you inspect my property while it's been rented. what do you put in the contract to make sure they're not trashing the property? these are the type of things you want to know as the owner of a property. if you're going to use a management company, protect your position. >> all helpful. what about this question, as a tenant, how do you get your security deposit at the end? you never get that back. >> look, those who hold the money and have the gold, it's difficult to get the money back. but here's what you need to do as a tenant. assuming there's a property manager involved, or in the alternative, just direct owner. you do a walk through at the end. you take pictures
there are those -- again, to play devil's advocate, there are those who have made the argument na ge that gentrification is a good thing. the same article, quote, gentrification doesn't need to be something that one group inflicts on another. often it's the result ofs a separations everybody shares. that's from the "new york" magazine. what's your response, molly? >> the interesting question here on a policy level is does gentrification make neighborhoods better or worse? you saw spike lee sort of on both sides of that question. he's saying on the one hand, the trash didn't start getting picked up and the schools didn't start getting better until the white people got there. that suggests that gentrification is lifting up these neighborhoods. and the problem is that it's displacing those people. obviously people should get their trash picked up and the schools should get the same level of attention no matter what the income level of those communities are. but what spike lee was responding to was a request from the audience about an article in "the new york times" based on new social s
entire 2013 cash bonus of $2.6 million buying ge stock. you can see shares higher on the day. and then there's jcpenney moving higher after standard & poor's raised its credit outlook on the retailer to stable from negative saying sales have turned the corner. russian stocks rebounding today after selling off as the crisis in ukraine eased up a bit. qiwi, mobile telesystems, and yandex. delta hitting a record high after revenue rose 4% from the same time a year ago. on the flip side, cliff's natural resources, it fell as wells fargo downgraded the stock to underperform from market perform due to a challenging macroenvironment. shares down 2% on the day. bill? >> seema, thank you very much. so big down day yesterday, we've had plenty of guests through here, including warren buffett, who said they would use it as a buying opportunity, and at least for today they were right. >> that's right. our next guest taking it a step further saying any volatility in this climate becomes a buying opportunity. joining us with more, virginie maisonneuve. great to see you again. >> nice to see
nonsense. sam stein tweeted in about the president's budget. he said obama's budget proposal is $100ge -- nih million less than bush's 2002 level when adjusted for inflation. charles, what you make of the budget proposal? this $3.9ere does trillion actually get spent and what programs is a go to? i have been unemployed for a --le and it is the mental middle of winter. in construction, there is no work. there's nothing you can do about it. i can apply at mcdonald's, but that will not make me what i was making. it is not going to cut it. if it was not for my family having a cabin, i would have no place to live right now. ridiculous that they are not working towards something. what do these republicans want? do they want something to get out of this? are they asking for to pass this bill? you the were showing winners and losers, the breakdown of the budget. in red, those of the departments that lost money compared to last year. the green is where the agencies gained money. times" has this. spending, 563 billion. social security, 896 billion. medicaid, 336-- billion. other mandatory spendi
where this bill came from. you mentioned last year there was an attempt to ge get it through, this year it got to the governor's desk. given all of that opposition that you're describing, where within the republican party in zoep did this come from and how did it get enough momentum to get passed in the first place in. >> i think a lot of states have this problem. we tend to look at things that exist in other states and frankly try to solve their problems. i thought this was a poorly written bill and attempted to solve a problem that frankly doesn't exist in arizona. so >> i want to bring you in here. what was so interesting to me is what the representative is describing. the business community and prominent republicans come out and really lean on republican governor of arizona to oppose this. i wonder what you make of what you saw this week. is this any kind of a turning point in terms of what's acceptable in the public's fear when it comes to the gay rights. >> i think what's happened essentially -- look, when i first got elected office 1972, i was hiding my sexual orientation. i didn
counsel of ge check theder to resilience of ge machinery in an israeli company, hired them to check the system. so the israelis are very good. financial technologies. citibank -- you heard about citibank. citibank opened a research and , also aent center development center. which was threested by google -- weeks ago for $3 billion. by the way, google has development centers in israel. the only center of the united in turnn israel, employees in israel 9500 people, outside of facility the united states, and 40% of every product of internet, manufactured or designed in israel. >> unbelievable. the list goes on and on. ibm employees 2200 people. aol is buying companies in israel, like facebook. all not want to talk about this. it is crazy. not good in all these things? that is a very good question. >> i am glad i asked it. [laughter] >> what is not good that so far population2% of the is conjuring directly the benefits. enjoying directly the benefits. it is not going to the -- [applause] we have in our society we have too many groups, too big, which are not enjoying it. everybody speak
it the largest aircraft company in the world, slightly ahead of ge in that business. so, it's a transformative acquisition in an industry as you know that i like very much. >> all right. we see there on your -- on our disclosure that sinclair broadcasting and cbs were both things that you like. are those new or have you talked about it before? >> i talked about broadcasting and sinclair before but i haven't talked about cbs, that is a newer holding. as you know, joe, the broadcasting industry is consolidating. the retransmission fees are going to grow tremendously. les moonves just last week on an earnings call said their transmission -- retransmission fees are going to go up to $2 billion at cbs by 2020. that's up from what we estimate to be less than $500 million now, so it shows you the tremendous surge, the value of content is increasing. the whole broadcasting industry i think is undervalued. sinclair is trading at a 15% free cash flow yield. >> marty, thanks. going to get some final comments from our guest host but we appreciate having you on. we'll see you again soon for a little bit lo
whistle blows ] ♪ my mom works at ge. >>> okay, 47 past of the hour. it's time now to talk about the world's most admired companies. joe, could you text me on my samsung watch, could you please? because i want to show the managing editor of "fortune" manage, andy serwer the world's most admired companies, his list, of which apple is in the list, the top five. >> number one. >> number one, really? i don't think for long. >> i don't disagree. they are definitely under assault by samsung like you suggested. but people say i'll cale you on my iphone. iphone has become a generic word for phone. they will become another samsung if they -- >> you say by consumers or the inside industry? >> business people primarily. in other words, we survey about 600 business people in terms of company they cover and following. executives and directors and analysts and it's about the thousand biggest companies in the world. >> you got apple, google in the tech companies? >> amazon. people are using amazon like a federal express and starbucks using hoof technology and per se about three of them. you loo
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